Position: Environmental, Health & Safety Manager
Compensation: Commensurate with Experience
Benefits: Comprehensive Insurance, Relocation and Retirement Package
Position Summary: Our client is a leading producer of performance materials and the Environmental, Health & Safety Manager (EHS) is responsible for all EHS activities, compliance with all government regulatory agencies & auditing of all plant areas and employee work areas and will serve as liaison with various governmental regulatory representatives. The EHS Manager will report directly to the Plant Manager.
? The EHS Manager will be heavily involved in a broad spectrum of areas including operations, maintenance, technical, and people.
? Ensure the company complies with all applicable environmental, health and safety laws and regulations and corporate policies
? Manage all regulatory reporting requirements and permitting processes
? Support all safety and environmental incident investigation processes, including reviewing investigations and corrective actions
? Work with department heads and local health care facilities to manage incident follow up and treatment activities
? Develop, implement, and maintain effective systems, procedures and training to achieve an accident and incident free environmental
? Implement company health and safety programs to identify and reduce risk from hazards
? Manage company safety initiative progress and tracking systems, including serious injury and fatality prevention, leading indicator tracking program, top 5 hazard identification and remediation, critical health and safety program gap closure, among others
? Achieve continuous improvement through sustainable EHS management systems
? Drive initiatives to identify and develop processes for continuous improvement
? Provide visible and active leadership in delivering excellent safety results
? Coordinate within the EHS department and other business units to optimize area performance to meet the needs of the department, including process balances as needed (e.g. upset conditions and outages)
? Complete technical process evaluations and improvements
? Provide support for capital project development and implementation
? Implement systems to improve/sustain results in environmental and safety systems
? Provide support for budgeting cycle targeted at delivering year over year savings
? Exhibit the characteristics of the IP leadership model (Character, Capability, Catalyst)
? Utilize the International Paper Change Process to drive change
? Ten (10) years of experience in EHS
? Minimum of five (5) years of experience managing an EHS team in a complex regulatory environment.
? Bachelor?s degree in environmental engineering/comparable technical field or equivalent work experience is required.